I love beef. And I love olive oil and garlic. It’s no surprise I love Beef Salpicao, or Beef Salpicado as some people call it. Beef Salpicao is a Spanish-inspired Filipino dish. It is prepared by sauteeing beef cubes or beef strips in olive oil or butter, garlic, and some soy sauce. Some add in a bit of pepper for a little kick.
Pepper and Peppers serve their Beef Salpicao with a whole lot of garlic, a bit of a kick, and an awesome sauce that will leave you wanting more. The beef is tender and there’s some flavorful mushrooms in the dish as well.
It’s a tasty dish best eaten with a whole lot of rice. And it goes well with red wine or beer, too. It’s a lighter alternative for those craving for steak.
Whether you want a hearty lunch or dinner or need something to complete your drinking session, order some beef salpicao from Pepper and Peppers and you will be left wanting more.
Pepper and Peppers is now located at Hotel Esse, along F. Torres Street (near the Phoenix gasoline station). For more information about Pepper and Peppers, like their Official Page at http://www.facebook.com/PepperandPeppers or follow them on Twitter at http://www.twitter.com/PeppernPeppers.